More evidence that the British economy started to grow again around June from the latest industrial production figures. It means the recession is now unlikely to be as bad as the 1930′s or even perhaps the 1980s, so long as the recovery endures, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times
Shock, horror: Switzerland has knocked the US off the top spot in the annual World Economic Forum’s global competitiveness league table. Should anyone care? No, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times
How the ECB is revamping its “monetary pillar”… but why M1 is not behaving as it should, writes Ralph Atkins of the Financial Times
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